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Comedy Listings


from the stand up circuit, £15, 8pm, Tiger Tiger, Portsmouth Virginia Ironside, Amusing anecdotes from the agony aunt, £12, 2pm, The Lighthouse, Poole


SUNDAY 25 NOVEMBER Virginia Ironside, Amusing anecdotes from the agony aunt, £12, 2pm, The Lighthouse, Poole


MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER The Candle Club, Open mic night for all aspiring comedians, poets and wordsmiths, Free, 8.30pm, Talking Heads, Southampton


Jason Byrne @ Lighthouse


from the stand up circuit, £15, 8pm, Tiger Tiger, Portsmouth Mark Thomas, Bravo Figaro’ stand up tour, £16.50, 8.00pm, The Point, Eastleigh


SATURDAY 24 NOVEMBER Alan Davies, The hugely likeable comedian is back with his new show ‘Life is Pain’, £25, 8pm, Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth Jongleurs Comedy Club, Top comics


FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER Roy Chubby Brown, Get ready for a barn-storming night of jokes, banter and hilarious mickey-taking from Britain’s most outrageous comedian, bar none, 7.30pm, Pier Theatre, Bournemouth Wedge Comedy Club, Quirky comedy club, showcasing rising young comics, £8, 7.30pm, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth


VENUES


Berry Theatre, Wildern Lane, South- ampton, 01489 799 499, www.theber- rytheatre.co.uk Centre Stage, Queen’s Road, Bourne- mouth, 01202 540065, www.funnybone. co.uk


Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, Fare- ham, 01329 231942, www.fernehamhall. co.uk The Kings Theatre, Southsea, 023 9282 8282, www.kings-southsea.com Lighthouse, Esplanade, Poole, 0844 406 8666, www.lighthousepoole.co.uk Nuffield Theatre, University Road, Southampton, 023 8067 1771, www. nuffieldtheatre.co.uk O2 Academy, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, 01202 399922, www. o2academybournemouth.co.uk Pavilion Theatre, Westover Road, Bournemouth, 01202 456400, www. bic.co.uk Pier Theatre, Pier Approach, Bourne- mouth, 01202 306 126, www.thebourne- mouthpier.com Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, 023 9282 4355, portsmouthguildhall.org.uk The Anvil, Churchill Way, Basingstoke, 01256 844244m www.anvilarts.org.uk The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, 023 8065 2333, www.thepointeastleigh.co.uk The Spring Arts & Heritage Cen- tre, East Street, Havant, 023 9247 2700, www.thespring.co.uk The Talking Heads, Portswood Road, Southampton, 023 8067 8446, www. thetalkingheads.co.uk The Wedgewood Rooms, Albert Road, Portsmouth, 023 9286 3911, www. wedgewood-rooms.co.uk


Theatre Royal Winchester, Jewry Street, Winchester, 01962 840440, www. theatre-royal-winchester.co.uk Tiger Tiger, Gunwharf Road, Ports- mouth, 023 9288 2244, www.tigertiger- ports.co.uk The Tivoli Theatre, West Borough, Wimborne, 01202 885 566, www.tivoli- wimborne.co.uk Winchester Discovery Centre, Jewry Street, Winchester, 0845 603 5631, www3.hants.gov.uk/wdc


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FRIDAYS IN


Chaplin’s Award winning


Chaplin’s and the Cellar Bar in Boscombe have been crowned the Best Bar None National Winner at the House of Lords. Listed would like to send congratulations to all at Chaplin’s for winning this award! It is an independent and quirky bar/


pub, offering original live music 7 days a week and freshly cooked food 5 days a week, including Sunday Roast. In his speech, Philip Kolvin QC, Chairman of BBN, stated: “At the heart of


a Best Bar None venue, is a commitment to its community; that the bar will do all in its power to ensure that its customers will be safe if they choose to spend their valuable time and hard-earned cash there.”


For more information, visit www.chaplins-bar.co.uk


NOV


Fri 2nd - Dana Alexander “Warmly funny with an impishly


sarcastic sense of humour” Chortle Fri 9th - Noel Britton


“The country’s finest emerging stand-up talent”


Comedy Review Magazine Fri 16th


Raymond and Mr Timpkins “Enough silliness to fill a pillow” Evening Standard


Fri 23rd - Tim Clark “An unsung hero of


stand-up comedy” Guardian


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